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Lord Frederick Leighton
English Academic painter, sculptor, illustrator & writer born 1830 - died 1896 Born in: Scarborough (England). Died in: Greater London (England). Self Portrait (1880)
Flaming June, oil on canvas, c.1895
Light of the Harem, oil on canvas, 1880
Hercules Wrestling with Death for the Body of Alcestis oil on canvas, 1869 - 1871
The Bath of Psyche, oil on canvas, c. 1890
Greek Girls Picking up Pebbles by the Sea, oil on canvas, c. 1871
Daedalus and Icarus, oil on canvas, 1869
The Syracusan Bride oil on canvas, 1865 - 1866
Elijah in the Wilderness, oil on canvas, c. 1878
Invocation, oil on canvas, Private Collection
Cymon and Iphigenia, oil on canvas, c. 1884
Faticida, oil on canvas, c. 1894
Old Damascus: Jew's Quarter, oil on canvas, c. 1873 - 1874
The Fisherman and the Syren, oil on canvas, 1856 - 1858
The Daphnephoria, oil on canvas, 1874 - 1876
Perseus and Andromeda. oil on canvas, c. 1891
Perseus on Pegasus Hastening to the Rescue of Andromeda, oil on canvas, c. 1895 - 1896
Return of Persephone, oil on canvas, c. 1891
Captive Andromache, oil on canvas, c. 1888
Idyll, oil on canvas, 1880 - 1881
Cimabue's Celebrated Madonna, oil on canvas, 1853 - 1855
Cimabue's Celebrated Madonna (detail - left)
Cimabue's Celebrated Madonna (detail - right)
The Reconciliation of the Montagues and Capulets over the Dead Bodies of Romeo and Juliet, oil on canvas, 1853 - 1855
Girl Electra at the Tomb of Agamemnon
Eucharis A Girl
Mother and Child, oil on canvas, c. 1865
Self-portrait as a Boy, Private Collection
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